Flycatcher Castle

Address: 4 Hugenote Street, Graskop, Mpumalanga, 1270, South Africa | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 4 Hugenote Street, Graskop.
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      Travel Blogs from Graskop

      The Journey Begins

      A travel blog entry by unstuck on Sep 27, 2014

      ... Having had experience with this in Indonesia I kept my confidence up and was able to safely find my way back to familiar territory and, after a few wrong turns, I was relieved to hear the familiar crackle of gravel under the tires as I turned and slowed into the parking lot of the hostel.

      We packed our bags into our tiny white Chevy Spark, which provided just enough room for everything and ...

      Arrival in South Africa

      A travel blog entry by annandjohnmoon on Feb 21, 2014

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      ... I ventured out into the overgrown garden, before anyone else stirred. The weather was mild, calm and dry, but very misty. First bird found was a Dark-capped Bulbul, one of the commonest and noisiest birds in South Africa. The garden being dark and heavily vegetated I headed on to the estate streets. I soon came across my 1st lifer of the trip - a call alerting me & then I spotted a red finch type bird -a male African Firefinch. Some birds were seen and not identified ...

      Johannesburg to Graskop

      A travel blog entry by bushmantours on Feb 20, 2014

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      ... hiccups. The road from the N4 to Lydenburg was lacking in Tarmac, a little bit like the surface of the moon. In fact more holes than Tarmac! There were even signs saying things like don't swim or dive into the potholes, this road is maintained by the ANC. I presume the locals are not very happy about the state of the roads. ...

      I kissed the rain down in Africa...

      A travel blog entry by mickruddy on Jul 04, 2013

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      Where can I start with South Africa? It was so short lived that I honestly regret not making it a 3 month stay or longer. I barely scraped the surface of this fantastic country but I can guarantee it has not seen the last of me! It all starts with Roxanne and Kaylee (friends I met in Australia a few years ago) being almost an hour late to pick me up and me sitting in the airport thinking I didn't send the right itinerary or something? No, they were just shopping and ...

      Crisp Cascades and a classic canyon

      A travel blog entry by shaunandkaren on Mar 15, 2012

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      ... people we would want to run into, but travelling can be like that, anywhere you go, you might meet someone you know. All in all, it was good to catch up with them and it seemed that since leaving the truck they were more and chilled out.
      Graskop was a good base for Mpumalanga's Blyde River Canyon region, so we headed out early attempting to see as much as we could on a tight schedule.
      First stop was Lisbon Falls, then Berlin Falls. Crisp Cascades were ...